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    Have you considered washing in your Jobo? That's what I do. Change the water every couple minutes, change it maybe 5 times - a pretty thorough wash for RC.

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    ahhh, but that would be an attended wash - I.E., I would need to stop what I am doing to change the water!

    Now, I am going to change the question here - we all know that the paper manufacturers specify a maximum wet time for papers, what are peoples real world experience? How long would it, in reality, take until the paper starts to delaminate?

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    I've soaked Ilford MGIV RC for 30 minutes. Just a little bit of corner separated.
    Soaked Arista something for 30 minutes. Quite a bit at corner separated.

    These days, I wash my prints ATTENDED for 3 minutes in tray with running water. (RC)
    Develop, stop, fix.... wait.... where's my film?

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